Archive | July, 2013

Volunteers build outdoor classroom at Lowcountry middle school

Volunteers teamed up with Boeing on Saturday to build an outdoor math and science classroom at the Jerry Zucker Middle School of Science. Volunteers from the College of Charleston, Green Heart Project and Zucker Middle School worked on the Farm-to-School Program during Boeing’s Global Month of Service.  

College of Charleston helps high school seniors prepare for college

Rising high school senior Courtney Pullom learned an important lesson in the College of Charleston’s Senior Project program that she thinks will help her as she applies to colleges during the upcoming school year.  

Tim Scott, Mark Sanford wade into offshore drilling debate in South Carolina

Mitchell Colgan, chairman of the College of Charleston’s Geology and Environmental Geosciences Department, said if waters off South Carolina held promising oil or gas reserves, there already would be rigs out there. “All of the mineral management studies of this area off the coast of South Carolina have shown that there are no oil reservoirs,” […]

Southeast Port Supremacy Hinging on Inland Ports

Georgia’s plan simply follows a growing trend among port operators across the country, said Kent Gourdin, director of global logistics and transportation programs at the College of Charleston. “It’s becoming very popular,” Gourdin said. “Other ports have done the same thing like Los Angeles and others. It’s a way to make your port more marketable. […]

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